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Scientists dismiss study downplaying wireless health effects

telecom | 04/15/2014 6:23 pm EDT

Two scientists are criticizing a report released this month that downplayed the potential health risks to humans from wireless radiation. A release from a group called Canadians for Safe Technology (C4ST) said Anthony Miller from the University of Toronto and Martin Blank from Columbia University in New York City feel the expert-panel review from the Royal Society of Canada ignored research of the past five years that showed the potentially adverse health effects from wireless signals, and also said some panelists were in conflict because they regularly receive funding from wireless-service...